3 Music Events This Month in London That You Cannot Miss

It looks like the month of September is when music fans around the world go crazy. While there are some interesting events happening on an international scale, Londoners can take special pride in the fact that some of the best music shows for the month are happening in London. Most notably, Ricky Martin’s only event in London this year.

 ‘Us and The Night’ Promotional Tour by 3 Doors Down

3 Doors Down - Music Event London

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3 Doors Down have announced a headlining European tour in support of their recently released ‘Us and the Night’ studio album, out now on Spinefarm.

Singer Brad Arnold shares, “Chris and I had a great time setting up the record in the UK, Paris and Germany this past March, and have been looking forward to getting back to Europe for some time now. Our European fans have always welcomed us with open arms and been big supporters of our music. We can’t wait to be back rocking and playing songs from our newest album ‘Us and the Night’ for them!”

100 Club Punk Special – 40th Anniversary

This show marks the 40th anniversary of the legendary 100 Club Punk Special, celebrating all things Punk Rock. The original line-up featured Sex Pistols, The Clash, Sioxsie & the Banshees, Subway Sect, Stinky Toys, The Damned, Chris Spedding and the Vibrators & Buzzcocks. For this important anniversary, we are very excited to announce that one of the bands from the original line-up are set to perform again, 40 years later. Headlining this historic concert, the awesome Spizzenergi are back! Spizzenergi are famed for their debut single “Where’s Captain Kirk?”, which was featured in Mojo Magazine’s list of the best Punk Rock singles of all time. More special guests will be announced shortly.

Autism Rocks Presents Ricky Martin

Ricky Martin - Event London Autism

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Autism Rocks, founded by philanthropist Sanjay Shah, brings heart throb Ricky Martin to London for a one off performance. Known for his catchy number one hit ‘Livin’ la Vida Loca’ and his show-stopping performance of ‘The Cup of Life’ at the 41st GRAMMY Awards, Ricky Martin is often credited with bringing Latin pop to a broader audience. He has had great success, selling over 60 million albums worldwide. He continues to perform to sold-out arenas around the world. Currently on his ‘One World’ tour, the Autism Rocks Session at the Eventim Apollo in London will be his only gig in the UK.

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